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  • READER SUBMITTED: Garden Party Gala To Feature Music, Art, Food, And Nature

    "Sure on This Shining Night," a garden party gala to benefit the establishment of the Connecticut Choral Society Endowment Fund, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 16, at Pine Meadow Gardens, 237 Old Waterbury Road, Southbury. The rain date is Sunday, Aug....
  • Former General Assembly Clerk Sentenced In Kahoots Cocaine Case

    Former General Assembly Clerk Sentenced In Kahoots Cocaine Case
    MANCHESTER – A former clerk for the Connecticut General Assembly who moonlighted as a bouncer/DJ at Kahoots was sentenced to seven years in prison Wednesday for selling cocaine to undercover police officers at the strip club last year. Jonathan...
  • Moose Reported Around I-84 In Cheshire

    CHESHIRE — A moose was reported on I-84 near the Cheshire Waterbury line, and on Hall Street in Cheshire, a spokesman from the Department of Environmental and Energy Protection said. Motorist are advised to drive slow and with caution around the...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...
  • Moose Killed On I-84 In Southington

    SOUTHINGTON — A small female moose was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer on eastbound I-84 early Sunday, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. The accident happened at about 4:30 a.m. between Exits 31 and...
  • Hospital Sales To Create Windfall For Charitable Foundations

    Hospital Sales To Create Windfall For Charitable Foundations
    People in Connecticut have talked a lot about what happens to patients and staff at five nonprofit hospitals that are being bought by a Texas hospital chain, but there's another issue. What happens to the money? When a nonprofit hospital is sold to...
  • Greater Hartford Pro-Am: A.T. All-Stars Win Pro-Am Debut

    WATERBURY — When Vin Baker wanted to play in the Greater Hartford Pro-Am summer basketball showcase in 2005, an exception was made for the former Hartford Hawk and then-NBA player to start a team of his own even though the league was halfway through...
  • El Hartford Courant Cumple 250 Años

    El Hartford Courant Cumple 250 Años
    Hoy en la Historia 1 de agosto de 1936: Hitler inaugura los Juegos Olímpicos Vernales   El Canciller alemán Adolf Hitler marcó la ceremonia de apertura de los XI Juegos Olimpícos Vernales el 1 de agosto de 1936. La delegación de Estados Unidos fue...
  • Clergy Group Presses Waterbury Hospital On Services

    As Waterbury Hospital's merger and for-profit conversion nears, the latest group to step up pressure to maintain services is an association of clergy members organized under the Naugatuck Valley Project. The group, led by Bishop Lionel French of the...
  • Watertown Man Threatens Suicide By Natural Gas

    WATERTOWN – A local man who police said caused a natural gas leak in his home in an apparent suicide attempt Saturday night was taken into custody after a standoff with officers. Police said they were called to 96 Oak Drive about 8:20 pm....
  • Fiber Artists At 100 Pearl Street

    Fiber Artists At 100 Pearl Street
    Rosalind Spann started sewing at age 7, learning from her mother how to work on a dress free-hand. However, in her home economics class at school, she was a flop. "I couldn't follow the instructions," Spann, of Waterbury, said. She was better at...
  • Anti-Youth Violence Program In East Hartford Lands $85,000 Grant

    EAST HARTFORD — The East Hartford Youth Task Force will receive an additional $85,200 from the state for a program aimed at preventing violence among children and teenagers. "Most kids, when you look at juvenile arrests, a lot of it is for simple...